Best time to Visit

The best time to visit Spiti is March to August (Depending on the road conditions and there is a lot of reason of suggesting so)

Refer to the Spiti Valley Itinerary to on how to plan your spiti valley trip.


The best time to visit Gurudongmar Lake is between June and November as the weather is quite pleasant at that time of the year. Summers are moderate and quite pleasant in Lachen.

Refer Gurudongmar Lake Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

March to June & October to November is the best time to visit Tirthan Valley. This is the time when the weather is pleasant and orchards are also full of apples. This is also the best time to enjoy trout fishing in the Tirthan river.

Refer to Tirthan Valley Itinerary  on how to plan your trip.

The best time to visiting Yumthang valley is late February and continues up to mid June, when thousands of colorful flowers are in full bloom. However, to enjoy a clear sky and brilliant view of snow-capped mountains, the September – December season would be ideal

Refer to Yumthang valley itinerary on how to plan your trip.

Since Chitkul is covered with snow during Oct – March their are very few travellers who dare visit this place. The ideal time to visit chitkul is April – Sep

Refer to Chitkul Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

March to June (Temp: 10°C / 25°C): This is the summer season and a really good time to visit Namchi as the temperature remains very pleasant during this time.

October to November (Temp: 7°C / 17°C): This is the best time to visit Namchi.

Refer to Namchi Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

Palampur has a mild climate and can be visited throughout the year. However, the best time to visit Palampur is between March to June and mid-September to November


Refer to Palampur Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

Baijnath temple is open 12 Months 365 days. However , my personal experience suggest January – March as the best time to visit the temple. You will surprised to witness the aroma near the temple and I bet only temple where a sweet aroma can be felt. One can understand from where this aroma is coming. Where ever you go divine aroma will follow.

Refer to Baijnath Itinerary on how to plan your trip.


how to reach

There are two routes to enter Spiti Valley.

First route to Spiti Valley: Delhi → Manali → Rohtang Pass → Kunzum La Pass → Losar — > Kaza

Second Route to Spiti Valley Delhi → Shimla → Narkanda → Kinnaur Valley → Taboo → Kaza

For a better planning I’ve given a detailed day wise breakup for Spiti Valley. The Itenary will cover the entire circuit from Shimla to Kinnaur Valley to Spiti Valley to Manali and also covering famous tourist places within lahaul -spiti and its adjacent places majorly covering destination like Taboo, Kaza, Losar Chandratal, Kunzum la pass, Ki Monastery, Kibber Pin Valley, Langza, Hikkim, Komic and Dhankar.

Their are couple of options one can avail to reach spiti valley. If you are solo traveler and budget is constrain then would suggest a bus service would be good for you. You can also take a Volvo run by HRTC or HPTDC to Manali from Delhi and then HRTC buses ply buses on Kullu – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Kunzum Pass – Kaza route. There are two HRTC buses which run between Manali and Kaza every morning, as soon as the road to Spiti Valley via Manali get open in the season, mostly in June. Refer to detail itinerary on Spiti Valley. 


One can also take a taxi from Shimla or Manali depending upon the route one is opting for. Per day Taxi cost 3500/- For booking taxi feel free to call us @ 9910656940.



Air: To reach Gurudongmar Lake the nearest Domestic Airport is Bagdogra / Pakyong Airport which is around four and half hour drive from Lachen. You will have to hire a taxi from the airport to reach Lachen where taxis and jeeps are available to go to the lake.

You have to do a pre booking of taxi. Please call us @ 9910656940

Rail: The nearest Railway Station to Gurudongmar Lake is Darjeeling Railway Station which is connected to most of the cities of Sikkim and is at a distance of 171 Kms from Lachen. Siliguri, Sukna, Tindharia, Mahanadi, Dilaram, Sonada, Jorebungalow and Ghum are the cities it is well connected with.

Road: Lachen is connected through Sikkim State Road Transport Corporation (SSRTC) and some private travel services to all the major cities of Sikkim. Regular buses ply from Lachen to these states. From Lachen, you can get jeeps and taxis to reach Gurudongmar Lake.


Refer to Gurudongmar Lake Itinerary on how to plan your trip. For Booking or Question you can also call us @ 9910656940.

You could fly down to Bhuntar Airport, an hour and a half from the Tirthan Valley. There are daily flights being operated by the Indian Airlines, Deaccan Airways (1-hour flight from Delhi) and a helicopter ( 2 hours ) by Jagson Airlines. The tariff varies from Rs 3000- 7000 depending on the time you book. Once in Bhuntar, you can hire a taxi from the union or ring us up to arrange your travel arrangements.

Tirthan Valley By Rail

If you’re catching a train from anywhere else in the country you might bypass Delhi and stop over at Ambala ( 8 hours by road from the Tirthan Valley) or even continue to the Railhead at Kiratpur ( 7 hours ). Taxis and buses are easily available for the remainder of the journey for booking you can contact us @ 9910656940 / 7018385400. We also send local taxi’s to the railway stations from the valley for ease of access. A shatabadi down to Chandigarh and a taxi is a comfortable way to come up. Taxi charges from Chandigarh to Tirthan Valley may vary from 3500 – 5000 depending on capacity.

Tirthan Valley By Road

To get to the Tirthan (550 km from Delhi) one must turn off from Aut , just before the Pandoh Tunnel an hour before Kulu on the Manali highway from Chandigarh. From Aut it is 26 km of a pleasant drive along the river via Larji bypassing Banjar on the way to Gushaini.

The best way is to drive in yourself. The roads are fine all the way. There are two ways to do this. Drive down in One day. An early morning departure at 5 a.m. from Delhi should have you in Chandigarh by 11 a.m., at Aut by 5 p.m. and at the Tirthan Valley by 6.30 p.m. in time to freshen up, stretch your legs on a short walk, and sit around a bonfire before dinner.

Another way to do it is to break the journey at the Tourist Rest House in Bilaspur / Sawarghat along the way. You could leave Delhi at 11 a.m. to be in Bilaspur by 7 p.m. in time to book in. An early departure at 6 a.m. the next morning will have you in the valley by 11 a.m. with most of the day still ahead of you.

If you are driving yourself, the points to remember are

  1. Leave highway before entering the Aut Tunnel
  2. From Larji one road goes to Sainj and other to Banjar. Take the Banjar road.
  3. Just 2 km short of Banjar leave the Banjar road and take a U-turn to the Tirthan valley after the Khundan Bridge.

One of the most popular ways to come to the valley is the air-conditioned Volvo bus. which can be caught opposite the Imperial Hotel on Janpath at 6 p.m. It stops for dinner en route at about 9.30 p.m. and reaches Aut about 7 a.m. The overnight journey can be quite painless if you slip into the spirit of things. From there a taxi to the Tirthan Valley. Bus tickets cost approximately Rs. 400 – 500 each ( deluxe), 800 ( Sleeper) 1000 ( Volvo) and the taxi, seating 5 0r 6 from Aut, another Rs. 200per head. One can be in mobile touch as we send taxi’s to pick up guests early morning to reach this amazing valley.

Refer to Tirthan Valley Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

There are couple of options that a tourist can avail to reach and plan their trip accordingly to Yumthang Valley.

How to reach Yumthang Valley by train

Yumthang Valley does not have a train station, and the nearest station is Jalpaiguri, at a distance of 144 kms from Yumthang Valley.

So a user who is planning to avail train need to break its journey at New Jalpaiguri and avail a local taxi to reach Yumthang.

Note: Travelers need to keep in mind that its take 7 Hrs to reach Yumthang from Jalpaiguri and Night travel is not allowed on this road, please keep in mind while planning your trip.

How to reach Yumthang Valley by Plane

The nearest airport to Yumthang valley will be Pakyong airport which is a new build airport and famous for its architecture.

Also one can reach Yumthang Valley by breaking its journey at Bagdogra Airport and travel 144 KM to reach Yumthang Valley.

Taxi Booking for Yumthang Valley

There are couple of known Taxi Service Provider for this Route and the service range from 3300/- Per Day to 5000/ – Per day , depending upon the car you are availing for your trip.

To book the taxi service feel free to drop us a message at 9910656940

Refer to Yumthang Valley Itinerary on how to plan your trip.

By air: nearest airport is shimla which is 227 kms from chitkul. the flight numbers from delhi to shimla is not frequent.

By rail: the nearest railway station to chitkul is kalka which is 337 kms from chitkul.

By road:

delhi to chitkul is 586 kms.

Chandigarh to chitkul is 357 kms.

Shimla to chitkul is 247kms

Refer to Chitkul Itineary on how to plan your trip.


By Air. The nearest airport to Namchi is Bangdogra Airport, which is around 124 km from Gangtok and 190 km from Mangan. …

By Train. The nearest railway station to Namchi is New Jalpaiguri railway station. …

By Road. The hill town of Namchi is well- connected through a good road network to the neighboring cities and towns.

Refer to Namchi Itinerary on how to plan your trip.


Nearest Airport

Dharamsala Kangra Airport is 35 km from Palampur which will take roughly one hour and

Nearest railway:-

Palampur has its own railway station which is connected to the major cities of Himachal Pradesh. The kangra valley narrow gauge is linked with cities like Pathankot and kangra.

So any one who prefer to travel via train can need to board train twice, first destination to deboard is chukky bank (Phatankot) and again boarding a toy train to Palampur.

By Taxi / By Car.

From Delhi to Palampur

From Chandigarh to Palampur

By Bus:

Talking of Palampur, it can be reached by buses which are quite frequent (they pass by every 20-30 minutes). Palampur is nothing like a mainstream hill station. It feels like another place in itself – nothing even remotely close to the fast paced life of a typical Indian city.

Refer to Palampur Itinerary on how to plan your trip.


Baijnath can we reached by different options. It is set in the backdrop of the Dhauladhar Himalayan range, which is around 17 km from Palampur.

By Rail: One can reach Baijnath by toy train which can be accessed via chukky bank ( Formally called as phathankot). User who is booking a railway for travel need to book ticket till chukky bank and then need to board toy train till Baijnath. It takes around 7 hours to reach.

By Bus : One can also prefer travelling by bus ( Volvo and Normal Bus). One can board bus from Delhi ISBT or Chandigarh Bus stand depending which place user selects as a starting point.

User can book HRTC (Himachal Road Transport corporation an official site for Himachal Pradesh Bus Booking).

By car / Taxi : One can prefer travelling by own car or taxi.

Baijnath Distance from New Delhi : 524KM

Baijnath Distance from Chandigarh: 230 KM

User can book zoom cars and for taxi booking call us at 7093700356


Refer to Baijnath Itinerary on how to plan your trip.


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We understand that you may not have a printer handy when you’re traveling so it is not necessary to have a printed copy. However, we require that you show ID matching your reservation and also the Order # that is immediately emailed to you after you make your reservation.

Please contact us to get the latest information on your desired trip.


Wear whatever is comfortable. It is recommended to have a sturdy pair of broken-in trail shoes, boots, or sneakers. It is preferable to dress in layers and wear clothing that will wick away perspiration and keep you dry and comfortable

Not much, remember our trips are all inclusive. We do suggest you bring appropriate clothing to fit the season and a day pack to carry extra snacks and water.


You must call 72 hours ahead of your scheduled tour for a full refund. Within 72 hours you will assess a $35 termination fee. There are no refunds for cancellations within 24 hours of your tour, or if you decide not to show up.

Yes. Reservations are required for guaranteed spots on all tours. Reservations help us determine the number of guides we need to ensure that our groups remain manageable and enjoyable, and they allow us to notify you of changes to the tour due to weather or anything that could disturb the tours.


We do hike in the rain, snow, wind and any other weather conditions that nature decides to throw at us. After all, we’re going on adventures! If the weather is unsafe for any reason, the trip will be changed or postponed. You will be notified the week of your trip if there are changes due to weather.